In the mood to kick it up a bit? After all it’s Friday night and the first long week of the year is finally over so a little celebratory action just might be required.
Trilogy is making an appearance at the River Stop Saloon in downtown Newaygo. The band kicks out some serious jams suitable for movement as well as good listening.so grab an early seat because they will likely be packing the place. Music set to begin at 8pm.
The Black Box a club-like setting located in the Dogwood Center is my ideal kind of venue for listening to music. Being able to be seated at a table in an intimate setting with perhaps an adult beverage in hand, while listening to top level entertainment fits the bill for many fellow music lovers and Saturday (7:30pm) attendees will be given a treat for the ears when the amazing sound of Harmonious Wail comes to town.
This talented trio of tunesmanship will take the audience on a musical journey with their distinctive instrumentals and captivating vocals covering a wide spectrum of jazz and blues influenced music.
And if you have an affinity for the genre known as gypsy jazz? Well, ,you’ve already got ticket in hand.
Tickets are $15.00 and are available through the Dogwood Center Box Office, NCCA-Artsplace in downtown Fremont, or on-line at: www.dogwoodcenter.com.
For information, phone 231.924.8885.
Are you a Wheatie?
For those who embrace all that is Wheatland, the music festival in Remus that has been an annual destination for tens of thousands each September, here’s a chance to get a little ‘fix’ in between festivals.
The Winter Wheat Festival will take place at The Intersection in Grand Rapids Saturday beginning at 1 pm and Sunday starting at 12:30pm.
Lots of bands playing all day long on two stages. Check out their website for details.
And remember, only 6 weeks until the start of Spring Training games.
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